24 October 2016 Pixelated camouflage patterns from the perspective of hyperspectral imaging
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Pixelated camouflage patterns fulfill the role of both principles the matching and the disrupting that are exploited for blending the target into the background. It means that pixelated pattern should respect natural background in spectral and spatial characteristics embodied in micro and macro patterns. The HS imaging plays the similar, however the reverse role in the field of reconnaissance systems. The HS camera fundamentally records and extracts both the spectral and spatial information belonging to the recorded scenery. Therefore, the article deals with problems of hyperspectral (HS) imaging and subsequent processing of HS images of pixelated camouflage patterns which are among others characterized by their specific spatial frequency heterogeneity.
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František Racek, František Racek, Adam Jobánek, Adam Jobánek, Teodor Baláž, Teodor Baláž, Jaroslav Krejčí, Jaroslav Krejčí, } "Pixelated camouflage patterns from the perspective of hyperspectral imaging", Proc. SPIE 9997, Target and Background Signatures II, 99970G (24 October 2016); doi: 10.1117/12.2240915; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2240915
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